The Apollo Test Set is a portable test unit featuring a touch screen display capable of providing several functions in interrogating and controlling all devices connected to the unit, either individual devices or complete circuits of analogue addressable devices in the Apollo ranges (CoreProtocol, Discovery and XP95).
The standard view allows devices to be scanned and controlled through the manipulation of the devices output bits. Devices can also be self-tested using the test set and the different functionality modes can also be controlled. The unit may be powered from an AC mains charger unit or from its own internal batteries. The loop or individual address can be connected to the unit using loop connection ports which are located on the top of the device.
What problem does this help solve?
The device also has the functionality to test the diagnostics and integrity of the loop to find earth faults etc. The device offers fault finding capabilities which allows for time spent on site to be cut down during the commissioning stage of the system installation. The result of this is time reduced on site for the end user which reduces the overall costs of installing Apollo systems.
Key features include:
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